Izabel Lam is a sculptor and an American fashion designer. Lam turned to industrial design from fashion in 1988. In a neo-baroque style, she designs housewares, including flatware, picture frames, candlesticks, vases and letter openers. Her 15-piece lighting set was made of oxidised curved steel with shades of metal-mesh.
Besjan Sertolli, a graphic designer based in Kosovo, produced the video project entitled “Volume”. We discover animations made in 4D and representatives of ephemeral geometric shapes, which disappear in smoke. Most ? The bright colors present in the project. They offer a very esthetic rendering. His work is to be discovered on Behance.
From standing desks to open office plans, our modern workspaces have deep historical roots.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced most people to create an office space of their own—whether by devoting a room in their homes for work, sitting socially distanced in common areas, or just creating a “Zoom worthy” corner in a bedroom.
Poetry in everyday objects: The designs of Mario Bellini.
At the turn of the century came the tendril, as objects were embedded in the sinuous, vinelike line of organic growth. In the 20s came zigzags and ziggurats, as jazz, cubism and skyscrapers gave the cue for everything to look spiky and nervous. From the 30s through the 50s there were steamships and streamlining, followed in the mid-50s by jet fighter planes and tail fins.